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2015/02/28 19:09
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The collection of works on display – all of which passed through Durand-Ruel’s hands – includes some of the best-loved pieces of the movement. It amounts to a spectacular tribute to the man who...
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2015/02/28 10:09
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Le Flaubert, Trouville-sur-Mer At a glance, the Flaubert looks a very traditional sort of place, but it has all been considerably brightened up to give it a more contemporary feel, using vintage...
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2015/02/27 17:26
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Beginning in 1890, Claude Monet spent one year painting giant stacks of wheat. Here is his journal from that time. May 14, 1890 Saw giant stacks of wheat today. I think I am going to start painting...
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2015/02/26 23:15
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WILLIAMSTOWN >> Richard Rand, one of the top curators at the Clark Art Institute, will soon be leaving to take a on a post at another prestigious art center, the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los...
2015/02/21 15:12
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A real-life lesson in art history makes a great impression. Many years ago, I studied art history and my favourite painters were the Impressionists – particularly Claude Monet and Vincent van Gogh....
2015/02/21 03:10
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The title “Pastures Green: The British Passion for Landscape” calls up images of mountains, streams, meadows and other subjects typically associated with landscape painting. There are many such...
2015/02/20 20:20
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As part of an innovative online catalog on the works of the Impressionists, the collection of Claude Monet paintings at the Art Institute of Chicago received in-depth technical examination and...
2015/02/18 15:48
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Writer Sir Walter Scott gardened to distance his mind from debt. George Bernard Shaw crafted plays in a sophisticated yet modest garden hut. Impressionist painter Claude Monet treasured his kitchen...
2015/02/15 17:23
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... da Vinci is in the news again, and there are some good things among the old and modern masters at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery. In 2013 a painting of Isabella d'Este, Marchesa of...
2015/02/15 12:19
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We look ahead to London art openings for February and select 10 must-see exhibitions. You may be surprised to know that Marlene Dumas never paints directly from life, even though human life is the...
2015/02/15 12:17
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This is Sargent’s first formal dual portrait of Édouard and Marie-Louise Pailleron, children of a playwright. Copyright: Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, IowaOnly in his later career did Sargent...
2015/02/15 11:54
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Henri Fantin-Latour’s striking “A Studio at Les Batignolles” is a group portrait. We just can’t shake him. On billboards, on buses, in publications like this one –– it seems that wherever we look,...
2015/02/12 16:30
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2015/02/12 12:13
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Hugely successful as a portraitist in his lifetime and compared with Van Dyck, he came to be regarded as a brilliant but too-slick flatterer of the ruling classes — out of step with a radical century...
2015/02/12 05:26
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Love is in the air; may contain allergens This past August I fell in love with Christian Slater. Never thought that I’d say that, much less write about it in a newspaper for all of you to read, but...
2015/02/12 05:26
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Love is in the air; may contain allergens This past August I fell in love with Christian Slater. Never thought that I’d say that, much less write about it in a newspaper for all of you to read, but...
2015/02/09 15:52
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... can't know France by just going to Paris," Muriel Gosselin, our tour director, said with a Gallic lilt. "The real France is in these villages. We are more rural than any other country in western...
2015/02/08 19:58
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A painting by French post-impressionist Paul Gauguin has reportedly sold for a record-breaking sum, but its erstwhile owner won't reveal the price or buyer. The oil painting, called "Nafea faa...
2015/02/06 23:59
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For more than 20 years, Marion Brenner's photographs have graced the covers of garden books, the pages of shelter magazines and the business portfolios of landscape architects. Now, the Berkeley...
2015/02/06 20:09
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AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) In 1753, Benjamin Franklin published helpful instructions on how to avoid being struck by lightning during stormy weather. Wear a lightning rod in your hat, he said, and...
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